3 Bedroom house

Ralston Road, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £435,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

Ralston Road is, unquestionably, one of "the" addresses in Bearsden - little wonder given its wonderfully convenient location just to the north of Bearsden Cross and for being home to some of the finest traditional villas in the district. Here is a delightfully charming, almost cottage like, detached house of approximately seventy five to eighty years of age, situated towards the end of Ralston Road on the preferred southerly side and with a fabulous sized garden with an expansive rear section that measures some one hundred and fifty feet in depth (Approx 45 metres) - a wonderful space. The property has been proudly owned by our client for decades and has been a much loved home but it is fair to say, whilst some elements of upgrading have been undertaken (double glazed windows, condensing combination gas boiler, refitted kitchen, white sanitary ware), that much of the property's general finish and specification is dated. Any purchaser therefore should factor in the necessary areas of investment to bring the subjects fully up-to-date. This, of course, has been accounted for in the pricing by ourselves and, indeed, the Home Report assessment by the chartered surveyor. A wonderful opportunity though presents itself here for the market to acquire a very pretty home within one of Bearsden's, if not Glasgow's, best addresses. In total, the property comprises three public rooms and three bedrooms, along with kitchen and two bathrooms, in total extending to some 1850 sq. ft. The property is traditionally built in brick cavity, finished in white painted render underneath an attractive red tiled roof with dormer projections. The accommodation comprises entrance vestibule, reception hall, large lounge running the depth of the property with windows to front and rear and French door to the side and with a marble fireplace at the focal point of the room. Formal dining room. Morning room, off the kitchen, with double aspect. The kitchen has been fitted with modern style cupboard units with flush matt cream coloured units at eyelevel and counter height with brushed nickel handles and an oak style worktop. Off the morning room is a rear porch and, to complete the ground floor accommodation, there is a double sized bedroom, supported by a bathroom with a three piece white suite. On the first floor, a staircase ascends to a first floor hall which has a small Velux window for light, a fitted linen cupboard and an access door to useful eaves storage space. There are two large double bedrooms on this level, both with gable windows (one to the east and one to the west) and both with dormer windows to the front. Completing the accommodation is bathroom number two which, again, has a three piece white suite and, over the bath, an electric Mira Advanced shower. The property has UPVC double glazed windows with a mix of vintage, the most recent being the dormer windows to the front in bedrooms two and three, the upstairs bathroom and the rear porch. Only the entrance vestibule is single glazed. Central heating is mains gas where there is an efficient Worcester Greenstar 37CDi condensing combination boiler that operates through older style radiators that do have thermostatic radiator valves. To the westerly side of the house is an attached single garage where clients should note, the garage door is broken and would need renewed. In addition to this, there is a courtesy pass door at the rear and a single glazed window to the side. Further outbuildings include a timber garden shed and an aluminium framed greenhouse.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

Ralston Road is, unquestionably, one of "the" addresses in Bearsden - little wonder given its wonderfully convenient location just to the north of Bearsden Cross and for being home to some of the finest traditional villas in the district. Here is a delightfully charming, almost cottage like, detached house of approximately seventy five to eighty years of age, situated towards the end of Ralston Road on the preferred southerly side and with a fabulous sized garden with an expansive rear section that measures some one hundred and fifty feet in depth (Approx 45 metres) - a wonderful space. The property has been proudly owned by our client for decades and has been a much loved home but it is fair to say, whilst some elements of upgrading have been undertaken (double glazed windows, condensing combination gas boiler, refitted kitchen, white sanitary ware), that much of the property's general finish and specification is dated. Any purchaser therefore should factor in the necessary areas of investment to bring the subjects fully up-to-date. This, of course, has been accounted for in the pricing by ourselves and, indeed, the Home Report assessment by the chartered surveyor. A wonderful opportunity though presents itself here for the market to acquire a very pretty home within one of Bearsden's, if not Glasgow's, best addresses. In total, the property comprises three public rooms and three bedrooms, along with kitchen and two bathrooms, in total extending to some 1850 sq. ft. The property is traditionally built in brick cavity, finished in white painted render underneath an attractive red tiled roof with dormer projections. The accommodation comprises entrance vestibule, reception hall, large lounge running the depth of the property with windows to front and rear and French door to the side and with a marble fireplace at the focal point of the room. Formal dining room. Morning room, off the kitchen, with double aspect. The kitchen has been fitted with modern style cupboard units with flush matt cream coloured units at eyelevel and counter height with brushed nickel handles and an oak style worktop. Off the morning room is a rear porch and, to complete the ground floor accommodation, there is a double sized bedroom, supported by a bathroom with a three piece white suite. On the first floor, a staircase ascends to a first floor hall which has a small Velux window for light, a fitted linen cupboard and an access door to useful eaves storage space. There are two large double bedrooms on this level, both with gable windows (one to the east and one to the west) and both with dormer windows to the front. Completing the accommodation is bathroom number two which, again, has a three piece white suite and, over the bath, an electric Mira Advanced shower. The property has UPVC double glazed windows with a mix of vintage, the most recent being the dormer windows to the front in bedrooms two and three, the upstairs bathroom and the rear porch. Only the entrance vestibule is single glazed. Central heating is mains gas where there is an efficient Worcester Greenstar 37CDi condensing combination boiler that operates through older style radiators that do have thermostatic radiator valves. To the westerly side of the house is an attached single garage where clients should note, the garage door is broken and would need renewed. In addition to this, there is a courtesy pass door at the rear and a single glazed window to the side. Further outbuildings include a timber garden shed and an aluminium framed greenhouse.

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